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Text to Land: Air Traffic Control is Shifting to Text Messaging

I am often fascinated by the behind-the-scenes in aviation and flight operations. As a kid, I would tune in to Channel 9 on United flights, where you could hear the communications between pilots and air traffic control (ATC). Well, that might all be changing soon. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is implementing text-based communications, which many airport… The post Text to Land: Air Traffic Control is Shifting to Text Messaging appeared first on Point Me to the Plane.
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